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Galatea Fine Art, “Collective” First Annual Juried Exhibition

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I have a painting (Volcanic Mangrove) in this group show comprised of 53 artists. The exhibition was juried by Dina Deitsch, Assistant Curator at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. Here are the details:

Collective, The First Annual Juried Exhibition
Galate Fine Art
460-B Harrison Ave
Boston, MA 02118

www.galateaart.org

Show runs August 6 – 29, 2010
Artists’ Reception: Friday, August 6, 2010, 6-8pm
Gallery Hours: Wednesday-Friday 12-6pm, Saturday & Sunday 12-5pm

Artists: Aimee Belanger, Aimee Debose,  Alison Williams, Alya Romeos, Amy Giese, Ashley Kircher, Benjamin Fedosky, Beverly Rippel, Brian Hart, Christianne Lippeveld, Cindy Stephens, Constance Bigony, David Whittaker, Diane Bowie Zaitlin, Dilla Tingley, Elizabeth Hoy, Elizabeth Thach, Ellen Fisher, Eric Zamuco, Holly Popielarz, Jan Corash, Jane Hipple, Jenny Walker, Jill Kolva, Joan Mullen, John McCaughey, Kristina Martino, Laura Osterweis, Laurel McMechan, Lisa Barthelson, Lynda Schlosberg, Marjorie Kaye, Mary Hughes, Mathew King, May Deviney, Michelle Sarkisisan, Mitchel Ahern, Neil Wilkins, Carpenito, Paula Estey, Rama Brown, Richard Dolan, Roberta Stone, Ronnie Gould, Ruth Daniels, Ruth Lague, Ruth Segaloff, Sandra Cardillo, Sarah Lubin, Tim Heavican, William Scully, Zehra Kahn, Zoe Perry Wood.

PRESS RELEASE:

Galatea Fine Art thanks Dina Deitsch, Associate Curator at the DeCordova Museum in Lincoln, for jurying its upcoming First Annual Juried Exhibition entitled “Collective”. Dina’s respected work with the DeCordova Museum was recently praised by the Boston Globe for the extraordinary 2010 DeCordova Biennial showcasing a broad variety of artists in all media. For “Collective”, Ms. Deitsch chose 53 artists of varying genres from New England to participate in this eclectic and energetic exhibition. “Collective” will be shown at Galatea Fine Art, Boston’s newest cooperative gallery, a large space which will be hosting the selected paintings, sculptures, installations, prints, photography and mixed media.

Ms. Deitsch surveyed over 412 images and selected work that creates a balance between irony and pure aesthetics. Her sense of the ironic vacillates between the humorous and mysterious, the common denominator being direct and sometimes surprising observation. Ms. Deitsch also chose work that investigates the purity of form and its relationship to surroundings. In the entirety of the exhibition, she has revealed a direct involvement with the manner in which aesthetics create and define the nature of environment. The work selected creates a vibrancy reflected in the unbridled energy of the evolving and current day, focusing on a greatly desired, but unknown destination.

Written by Lynda

August 6th, 2010 at 1:03 pm

Posted in Exhibitions

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